Journey to Smith Farm to learn about life on a 19th century slave-holding farm.
Learn about the lives of enslaved peoples through historic buildings, tactile experiences, and exciting encounters with museum interpreters. From foodways and music to blacksmithing and woodworking this tour provides a unique opportunity for exploration and engagement.
10:30–11:30am or 12:30–1:30pm
This tour is for grades K-5.
Capacity for this tour is 35 students and 5 adults.
The cost is $8 per student. Guided tours require one chaperone (admitted free) per 10 students. Admission for each additional chaperone is $8.
This is an outdoor program; please dress for the forecasted weather. In case of heavy rain, the program is rescheduled or performed indoors. Please note, not all activities are handicapped accessible.
Full payment is required 3 weeks prior to your visit to guarantee your reservation for all tours. If booking less than 3 weeks in advance, full payment is due immediately.
Your payment is not refundable if you cancel your school tour and do not reschedule.
There is a $25 administrative fee should you need to reschedule your tour. You must notify the Atlanta History Center at least 3 days in advance. With advance notice your payment can be applied to a new tour date, plus the administrative fee.
Funding for Atlanta History Center’s school programs is generously provided by:
- Zeist Foundation
- Wells Fargo
- Fulton County Arts Council
- Georgia Council for the Arts
- The Connolly Family Foundation
- The Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation
- The Frances Wood Wilson Foundation
- The Emily Winship Scott Foundation
- The John and Mary Franklin Foundation
- Massey Charitable Trust
- The Besse Johnson and George Blanton Allen Memorial Foundation
This event has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.
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